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what about... UPDATE munparcel_zoning SET imperv = ( SELECT pa.sum_permarea FROM ( SELECT parcelid, Sum(permarea) As sum_permarea FROM permability WHERE permtype = 'impervious' GROUP BY parcelid ) pa JOIN munparcel_zoning mz ON(pa.parcelid = mz.parcelid) ); ...does that get you any closer?


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I will reply myself. This is not a direct aproach, but a workaround that it works: import subprocess subprocess.call(["spatialite_tool", "-i", "-shp", "/xxxx/xxxxx/xxxxx/xxxxx/PARCELA_xxxxx", "-d", "/home/xxx/xxxx/xxxxx/villar.sqlite", "-t", "Parcelas", "-g", "Geometry", "-c", "UTF-8","-s","3042", "--type", "MULTIPOLYGON"])


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I'd just like to add that checking for Spatialite support via ogrinfo --formats sqlite | grep 'spatialite' -i and an output of SQLite -vector- (rw+v): SQLite / Spatialite does not guarantee support. Mine outputs this but then ogr2ogr still fails claiming it does not support Spatialite. Instead, use ogrinfo --format sqlite | grep 'spatialite' -i (note the ...


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You can use a local db create from a .shp using tile format stored in db called .mbtiles and for spatial querys still use spatialite. You can use ESRI sdk for android for maps visibility.



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